Penn Community Bank Weaves Acts of Kindness into Bristol Branch Ribbon-Cutting Event

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Penn Community Bank’s Bristol Branch underwent an extensive renovation focused on thoughtful design and layout updates, as well as additional investment in technology. The branch was officially reopened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, October 13.

Penn Community Bank, the largest mutual bank headquartered in eastern Pennsylvania, celebrated the completion of its Bristol branch renovation with an October 13 ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The construction project is one of an ongoing series of refreshes that the bank is bringing to its branch system.

The high-profile location of this branch, on Mill Street in downtown Bristol, made it a priority for a customer-centric redo.

Penn Community Bank team members
Penn Community Bank team members visited Bristol businesses, spending thousands of dollars on gift cards and paying it forward for other shoppers.

Several design and layout improvements were incorporated into the architectural plan.

But changes went well beyond cosmetics.

Particular attention was paid to ensure an excellent customer experience, driven by design and technology.

As part of the grand reopening, the bank team members fanned out across the business district in a wave of community acts of kindness.

The gift cards they distributed and the customer tabs they paid aligned perfectly with the bank’s emphasis on serving as a catalyst for growth in the communities it serves.

The Community Acts of Kindness effort is in line with the bank’s emphasis on serving as a catalyst for growth in the communities it serves.

Bank staff also engaged in physical beautification projects in the area.

Penn Community Bank team members.
Prior to the ribbon cutting at the Bristol Branch, Penn Community Bank team members took time to pick up litter and help beautify Bristol Borough’s waterfront.

Team members picked up litter to help maintain Bristol Borough’s scenic waterfront.

.“Bristol has been an important part of the Penn Community Bank story since the beginning. We’re thrilled to invest in our physical locations in a way that expresses who we are as an institution and increases the quality of interactions between our team members and the community,” said Jeane M. Vidoni, president and CEO of the bank.

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